Here are the MTG Arena Invitational Qualifier winners and decks

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Jeskai Fires and Temur Reclamation continue to dominate the Magic: The Gathering Standard meta.

Several changes have been made to the MTG esports schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But online events are still taking place, with a total of 20 MTG Arena players qualifying for Mythic Invitational during the MTGA qualifiers this past weekend.

The list of winners includes two well-known Magic players: Ronald “PrediMTG” Müller and Mike “Siggy” Sigrist. 

  • Baxtox: Jeskai Fires
  • Uristeeen: Bant Ramp
  • K2: Rakdos Sacrifice
  • Azureu09: Sultai Ramp
  • Yomm: Simic Reclamation
  • PrediMTG: Jeskai Fires
  • Hibananafish: Temur Reclamation
  • Cyan-Ume: Mono-Red Aggro
  • Law: Temur Reclamation
  • Citr: Azorius Control
  • Keetsune: Temur Reclamation
  • Hamuhamu: Sultai Ramp
  • Washi_Min: Jeskai Fires
  • Siggy: Jeskai Fires
  • Schnaan: Jeskai Fires
  • Kjaaninolli: Jeskai Fires
  • Razpok: Temur Reclamation
  • Callas: Bant Ramp
  • Aliadeschain: Jeskai Fires
  • GVl32: Mono-Red Aggro

Both players won their 10 matches with Jeskai Fires, a deck that continues to dominate the Standard meta. Temur Reclamation also performed well at the MTG Arena Invitational qualifiers this past weekend.

  • Jeskai Fires: Seven
  • Temur Reclamation: Four
  • Mono-Red Aggro: Two
  • Sultai Ramp: Two
  • Bant Ramp: Two
  • Azorius Control: One
  • Rakdos Sacrifice: One
  • Simic Reclamation: One

Those who qualified for a Mythic Invitational seat will compete during the October tournament due to schedule changes made because of the coronavirus pandemic. Players would’ve earned a seat at the July Core Set 2021 Mythic Invitational, but that’s been pushed back to the October Zendikar Rising Arena Mythic Invitational.